- Trail Length: 3-5miTrail Difficulty: moderateRestrooms: NoneWaste Disposal: None - Please carry out all wasteAbout this place:
Mixed oak and pine woodland make up more than 2700 acres of this pine barrens preserve. Perfect for hiking with your pup! Remember to pack in pack out, and be aware of hunting seasons here, for both small and big game. There are two trails for canines: the blue loop is the shorter at 2.5 miles, and crosses route 104; the red loop is longer (4.2 miles) and requires a 1.25 mile access trail (yellow) before it begins.
Fun Facts & Sights to See:
- Historical Fact: David Sarnoff was a Russian immigrant who learned to operate a telegraph key as a child and eventually worked for the American Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, and led its successor, the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) until his retirement. He also served on Eisenhower’s communications staff at the onset of WWII, his achievements allowed him to be decorated with the Legion of Merit.
- Know Before You Go: a seasonal access permit (free) is needed to use this DEC run property
- County Rd 63